Ocado Growing Thai Basil Pot
Thai Basil is a native of South-east Asia and has smaller narrower
leaves than it's popular counterpart, it can also display purple
colouring to the leaves and stems.
It's most distinctive liquorice aroma and flavour makes it perfect for Thai and Asian cuisines. Try eating raw sprinkled over salads or as a substitute for sweet basil for a different flavour experience.
Prawn Fritters - In a food processor, blend together to a coarse texture 20 raw king prawns, 1 bunch of spring onions (chopped), 4 carrots (finely grated), 1 kohlrabi (finely grated), 1 small piece of galangal or ginger root (finely grated), 2 sprigs of fresh mint, a handful of fresh Thai basil (finely chopped) and 2 chillies (finely chopped). Scoop walnut-sized balls out of the mixture and coat each ball in rice flour. Deep fry in hot oil until golden brown, remove from the oil and drain before serving immediately.
Growing herbs are 'cut as you need', harvest just above leaf growth to encourage the plant to re-grow.
Watering the herbs from the bottom is the key to keeping them healthy and to prolonging their life. Your herbs have always been watered from below so by keeping to this regime you will extend the life of the plant. Remove the herb pots from their sleeves and place the pots on a saucer. By placing water at the bottom of the tray you can always see how much water your plants have taken up. As most herbs originate from hot countries they like to be kept on the dry side. The more heat and light they are exposed to, the more frequently they will need watering. Generally water little and often and never keep your plant in standing water.
Prepare & Use
1. Pick leaves as required.
2. Wash before use.
3. Tear or chop.
4. Add at the end of cooking for maximum flavour.
Country of Origin
We're committed to buying British. Our growing herbs are British grown all year round
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